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By Pete Moore On July 12th, 2020

The home secretary fears “cultural sensitivities” have prevented police from tackling illegal sweatshops in Britain’s fast-fashion industry amid concerns that they would be accused of racism.

Priti Patel has privately raised concerns that police and other government agencies have turned a blind eye to exploitation in Leicester’s textile warehouses and factories in the same way as the grooming scandal in Rotherham was ignored for years.

These sweatshops didn’t close during the lockdown and have been at the centre of the Leicester spike. It’s been known for years up there that they pack immigrants into them, often illegal immigrants, and pay them close to slave wages.

Would the police and the (Labour) council turn a blind eye to it, to avoid the charge of racism? Of they would. We’ve seen elsewhere that they will allow thousands of British girls to be systemically raped by Pakistani muslims rather than risk an accusation. The terror engendered by left wing philosophy it all too real.

Any ideology which terrorises people into such silence is an evil ideology.

2 Responses to “HERE WE GO AGAIN”

  1. Minimum wage breeches are investigated by HMRC, which has been controlled by the Tories since 2010. So why have Rishi Sunak, Sajid Javid, Philip Hammond and George Osborne not done anything about it? It is specifically the responsibility of the Financial Secretary to the Treasury. Which again has been a Tory since 2010. Why have they not done anything about it?

    Should the local Labour council be doing Tory Ministers’ jobs for them?

  2. Of course investiagtions of crime and abuses of people for any reasons should never be restrained for any racial or cultural ‘sensitivity’ excuses , and yes it certainly isn’t just Labour councils that are to blame.